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24 countries in the world have already adopted the flat tax

Twenty four countries in the world have already adopted the flat tax. The taxe rate is going from 10% (in Bulgaria, Albania, Kazachstan and Mongolia) to 25% (in Litva and Jamaica). One of IREF’s main proposals is to introduce a 15% flat tax in France.

Country

Year

Rate

Country

Year

Rate

Jersey

1940

20%

Georgia

2005

12%

Hong Kong

1947

15%

Pridnestrovie

2006

10%

Guernesey

1960

20%

Iceland

2007

35,7%

Jamaica

1986

25%

Mongolia

2007

10%

Estonia

1994

21%

Kirghizstan

2007

10%

Litva

1995

25%

Macedonia

2007

10%

Lithuania

1996

24%

Montenegro

2007

15%

Russia

2001

13%

Mauricius

2007

15%

Slovakia

2004

19%

Kazakhstan

2007

10%

Ukraina

2004

15%

Albania

2008

10%

Iraq

2004

15%

Czech Republic

2008

15%

Romania

2005

16%

Bulgaria

2008

10%

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